TIME FRAME: 3 Classes DUE DATE: MP3 Progress Reports NJCCCS: 8.1, 8.2, 1.1, 1.2
CRITIQUE - PART 1
Critiquing a Photo: Being able to talk about and critique photography is an essential component to photographic imaging. You will learn the difference between a being critical and being constructive. You will be asked to create an instructional presentation on how to critique a photograph and submit it to our drop box
Part 1: Read and gather information:
Use the internet and the reading, The Photographic Eye (O’Brien, Sibley, Chapter 4) to provide you with information about how to critique a photograph.
Part 2: Create a Presentation
Use a presentation program (Keynote, PowerPoint) that would teach someone how to critique a photograph. Your final product should be:
Have a Title Slide that identifies: Title / Name / Period
(1) Slides that Identify: The Books Critiques Process
(2) Slides that document Internet Research on Critique Process
(1) Your Critique Process
Be Concise & To the point - Easily Understood
Be Interesting & Memorable
Be Creative & Original
(9+ Slides) Include 3 sample critiques In which you employ the critique process you have identified and critique (3) Photographs
One Image should be captured or scanned from from textbook of the book (NOT CH4) and (2) images should be from different types of photography from two different photographer’s websites. Document websites and Photographers.
Provide a SHORT bio about the (3) Photographers (50) words that identify the photographer and his photography. This can be summarized from their "About" pages.
Save the presentation as LastName_Critique - Submit to Dropbox